Split level layout makes for a bit of a challenge if you're elderly. Bedroom and bathroom on second floor after traversing narrow wooden old stairs makes for extra work. The overall rooms all needed repair and work: paint on the back of the entryway door was missing, bathroom tub was refinished, with plenty of noticeable dirt/dust in the cracks of the floor surrounding the fixtures. Towels were cheap, few, and thin. No extra bedding. Thread count on actual bedding was nice, with plenty of pillows. Morning breakfast was little more than coffee and an attempt to mimic larger hotels with a self-help selection but nothing was easy, and there weren't even any eggs, bacon, sausage, etc. Go to another $200 per night hotel. Finally, parking was easy, and close to the casino. This was the saving grace. Grounds are immaculate and pretty, and looks like lots of money had been thrown at them, but better yet, why not spend the money on the room repairs that are obvious and needed.